The evolving nature of citizenshipOMI has partnered with the Scanlon Foundation to launch a discussion paper on the evolving nature of citizenship
An illustrated celebration of diversityMulticultural Me celebrates cultural diversity and friendship
Youngest junior coach starts ball rolling early in AFL careerYoung WA African migrant is headed to AFL football heights
Many locations around Perth have historical or current significance to WA’s CaLD communities. The Office of Multicultural Interests (OMI) has prepared three maps that you can use to help you discover some of Perth’s abundant and diverse heritage.
Local Government elections Nominations for candidates openMake a difference in your local community and stand for council
WA Migration and Mobilities Update ConferenceInaugural WA Migration and Mobilities Update Conference updates current research in Western Australia
Shinju Matsuri Festival presents A view to Asian exhibitionAn exhibition which interpret Broome’s multicultural nature
Photographs from Harmony Week 2015 events held between Saturday 14 March and Saturday 21 March 2015 are available for viewing.
OMI provides comprehensive directories for ethnic organisations and services useful for culturally and linguistically diverse communities.
Diverse WA is a training package that assists staff to better engage with people from culturally and linguistically diverse backgrounds.
The course is available to WA public sector and local government employees and incorporated not-for-profit organisations.